Hi Arafael -
Welcome to My Swiss Alps. Nice to hear that you can find some time to get to Switzerland, even if it is not at the height of the tourist season.
There is still plenty to do in November, and, at lower elevations, it may be cold, but there will not be much snow. So, Luzern and the lake make a lot of sense.
Check out the links under:
<<"Lastly, are there any excursions in the OB area that are recommended in November? We do not plan to go above 2,000 ft in elevation because we are traveling with our daughter."
Lauterbrunnen is at 795 meters (strictly M.ü.M - Meter über Meereshöhe, meters above sea level), Wengen at 1274 meters, and Zermatt is around 1700 meters. Multiply by 3.28 to get approximate altitude in feet.
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Interlaken and the lakes (Brienz and Thun) are around 560 meters.
Luzern and its lake, Zürich and its lake, and Geneva and its lake are at about 435, 410 and 375 meters.
Here is information about Luzern and the central part of Swtzerland:
You will not be able to visit any significant part of the Bernese Oberland, or Zermatt, if your limit is 2000 feet.
This mountain restaurant at Hammetschwand, on top of the Bürgenstock peninsula near Luzern
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in the attached images is at approximately 1100 meters. It is closed in November.
The top of the Rigi at 1797 meters is just visible at the right of the last picture
Perhaps you mean 2000 meters, not 2000 feet?